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Press release: Foreign flagged ships detained in the UK during October 2018

first_img 02108 – Electrical installations in general Not properly maintained No 07113 – Fire pumps and its pipes Not as required No 03112 – Scuppers, inlets and discharges Not as required Yes 18312 – Galley, handling room (maintenance) Not Hygienic No All deficiencies should be rectified before departure if at all possible. When applicable, the list includes those passenger craft prevented from operating under the provisions of the EU Directive on Mandatory Surveys for the safe operation of regular Ro-Ro ferry and high speed passenger craft services (1999/35/EU). 15150 – ISM Not as required Yes Defective item Nature of defect Ground for Detention 01199 – Other certificates Other No 01101 – Cargo Ship Safety Equipment (including exemption) Missing No 11134 – Operations of life saving appliances Lack of familiarity No This vessel was released on 8th October 2018Vessel Name: DUYGUGT: 4388IMO: 9199787Flag: Cook Islands (Black list)Company: Pruvmarine LimitedClassification Society: NKKRecognised Organisation: NARecognised Organisation for ISM Doc: NARecognised Organisation for ISM SMC: NADate and Place of Detention: 1st October in BirkenheadSummary: Twenty-one deficiencies with five grounds for detention 10118 – Speed and distance indicator Inoperative No 07105 – Fire doors/openings in fire resisting divisions Not as required No 07105 – Fire doors/openings in fire resisting divisions Not as required No 07113 – Fire pumps and its pipes Not as required No 07105 – Firedoors/opening in fire-resisting divisions Inoperative No SHIPS DETAINED IN OCTOBER 2018Vessel Name: SOUTHWESTERGT: 4150IMO: 9126728Flag: Cook Islands (Black list)Company: Northwester Shipping CorpClassification Society: RINARecognised Organisation: N/ARecognised Organisation for ISM Doc: N/ARecognised Organisation for ISM SMC: N/ADate and Place of Detention: 1st October 2018 in RuncornSummary: Eighteen deficiencies with one ground for detention 14402 – Sewage treatment plan Not as required No Defective item Nature of defect Ground for Detention 13199 – Other (machinery) Other No 10106 – Compass correction log Not as required No 10119 – Rudder angle indicator Inoperative No 08107 – Machinery control alarms Inoperative Yes 12107 – Ballast, fuel and other tanks Not as required No 14604 – Bunker delivery note Not as required No 03106 – Windows, sidecuttles and deadlights Not as required No 10101 – Pilot ladder and hoist/pilot transfer arrangements Unsafe No 04109 – Fire drills Lack of communication No This vessel was released on 3rd October 2018DETENTIONS CARRIED OVER FROM PREVIOUS MONTHSVessel Name: POSEIDONGT: 1412IMO: 7363217Flag: Iceland (White list)Company: Neptune EHFClassification Society: NARecognised Organisation: NARecognised Organisation for ISM Doc: DNV-GLRecognised Organisation for ISM SMC: DNV-GLDate and Place of Detention: 19th July 2018 at HullSummary: Ten deficiencies with two grounds for detention 07103 – Divisions – Decks, bulkheads and penetrations Not as required No 07105 – Firedoors/openings in fire-resisting divisions Malfunctioning No In response to one of the recommendations of Lord Donaldson’s inquiry into the prevention of pollution from merchant shipping, and in compliance with the EU Directive on Port State Control (2009/16/EC as amended), the Maritime and Coastguard agency (MCA) publishes details of the foreign flagged vessels detained in UK ports each month. 01308 – Record of seafarers’ daily hours of work or rest False No 01201 – Certificates of master and officers Missing No 10104 – Gyro compass Inoperative Yes 01104 – Cargo Ship Safety Radio (including exemption) Missing No 10116 – Nautical publications Missing No 01102 – Cargo Ship Safety Construction (including exemption) Missing No 04108 – Muster list Incomplete No 01101 – Cargo safety equipment (including exemptions) Incomplete No 10128 – Navigation bridge visibility Not as required No 10123 – International code of signals – SOLAS Missing No 03108 – Ventilators, air pipes, casings Not properly maintained No 09232 – Cleanliness of engine room Insufficient Yes 10111 – Charts Missing No During September, there were two new detentions of foreign flagged vessels in a UK port, three vessels remained under detention from previous months. A total of three vessels remain under detention at the end of October. Inspections of foreign flagged ships in UK ports are undertaken by surveyors from the Maritime and Coastguard Agency. When a ship is found to be not in compliance with applicable convention requirements, a deficiency may be raised. If any of their deficiencies are so serious they have to be rectified before departure, then the ship will be detained.center_img 05105 – MF/HF Radio installation Inoperative No 10129 – Navigation records Not as required No 01328 – Ship energy efficiency management plan Missing No Notes on the list of detentions 18408 – Electrical Not as required No 07125 – Evaluation of crew performance (fire drills) Lack of training No 07105 – Firedoors/opening in fire-resisting divisions Inoperative No 07113 – Fire Pumps Insufficient Pressure Yes 02106 – Hull damage impairing seaworthiness Holed Yes Defective item Nature of defect Ground for Detention This vessel was still detained on 31st October 2018Vessel Name: TECOIL POLARISGT: 1814IMO No: 8883290Flag: Russian Federation (Grey list)Company: Tecoil Shipping LtdClassification Society: RMRSRecognised Organisation: RMRSRecognised Organisation for ISM DOC: RMRSRecognised Organisation for ISM SMC: RMRSDate and Place of Detention: 6th June 2018 at ImminghamSummary: Twenty-Seven deficiencies with eight grounds for detentions 02108 – Electrical installations in general Not as required Yes 01218 – Medical Incorrect language No 02105 – Steering gear Not properly maintained No The UK is part of a regional agreement on port state control known as the Paris Memorandum of Understanding on Port State Control (Paris MOU) and information on all ships that are inspected is held centrally in an electronic database known as THETIS. This allows the ships with a high risk rating and poor detention records to be targeted for future inspection. 99101 – Other safety in general Other No 06105 – Atmosphere testing instrument Not properly maintained No 11101 – Lifeboats Not ready for use Yes 01123 – Continuous synopsis record Entries missing No 14615 – Fuel change-over procedure Missing No 18308 – Furnishings Damaged No 09232 – Cleanliness of engine room Insufficient No 01315 – Oil record book Not properly filled No 10105 – Magnetic compass Inoperative Yes 05110 – Facilities for reception of marine safety inform. Not as required No 11104 – Rescue boats Not properly maintained Yes 11122 – Radio life-saving appliances Inoperative No 11129 – Operational readiness of lifesaving appliances Not as required Yes 10127 – Voyage or passage plan Not as required Yes 05199 – Other (radiocommunication) Other No 07116 – Ventilation Not as required No 10103 – Radar Inoperative No 15150 – ISM Not as required Yes 15150 – ISM Not as required Not as required Yes 04110 – Abandon ship drill Insufficient frequency No Defective item Nature of defect Ground for Detention 18312 – Galley, handling room (maintenance) Not hygienic No 01320 – Garbage record book Incorrect No Full details of the ship.The accompanying detention list shows ship’s International Maritime Organization (IMO) number which is unchanging throughout the ship’s life and uniquely identifies it. It also shows the ship’s name and flag state at the time of its inspection. Company.The company shown in the vessel’s Safety Management Certificate (SMC) or if there is no SMC, then the party otherwise believed to be responsible for the safety of the ship at the time of inspection. Classification Society.The list shows the Classification Society responsible for classing the ship only. Recognised Organisation.Responsible for conducting the statutory surveys: and issuing statutory certificates on behalf of the Flag State White (WL), Grey (GL) and Black lists (BL) are issued by the Paris MoU on 01 July each year and shows the performance of flag State. 01117 – International Oil Pollution Prevention (IOPP) Invalid Yes 01218 – Medical certificate Missing No This vessel was still detained on 31st October 2018Vessel Name: CIEN PORCIENTO (General Cargo)GT: 106.IMO No: 8944446.Flag: Unregistered.Company: Open Window Inc.Classification Society: Unclassed.Recognised Organisation: Not applicable.Recognised Organisation for ISM DOC: Not applicable.Recognised Organisation for ISM SMC: Not applicableDate and Place of detention: 4 March 2010, LowestoftSummary: Thirty deficiencies including seven grounds for detentionThis vessel was still detained on 31st October 2018Notes to Editors• The MCA is a partner in the Sea Vision UK campaign to raise awareness and understanding of the sea and maritime activities. Sea Vision promotes the importance and economic value of the sector and works to highlight the exciting range of activities and career opportunities available to young people within the UK growing maritime sector at www.seavision.org.uk• Follow us on Twitter: @MCA_mediaFor further information please contactMaritime and Coastguard Agency Press Office, on:+44 (0) 2380 329 401Press releases and further information about the agency is available here. 18324 – Cold room, cold room cleanliness, cold room temperature Not as required No 11105 – Rescue boat inventory Not as required No 10104 – Gyro compass Inoperative No 07116 – Ventilation Inoperative Nolast_img read more

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Microsoft had to license 51 patents for the Xbox Elite controller

first_imgOne of the unique features the Xbox One has over its rivals is the new Xbox Elite Wireless Controller, which boasts a range of swappable components, lots of customization options, and “pro-level precision.” However, in order to develop such a controller Microsoft didn’t just put its hardware design team to work, it had to do a patent licensing deal behind closed doors.The reason? Many of the features of the Elite controller aren’t actually unique to Microsoft’s peripheral. In fact, a company called Scuf Gaming has been developing and offering such customization for a while, and they have the patents to backup their work. So, rather than face a potential lawsuit in the near future, Microsoft decided to work with Scuf.In total, Scuf has 17 patents, and 34 patents pending relating to the Elite Controller. How did Microsoft handle licensing those patents? By making Scuff the exclusive official third-party accessory partner for Xbox One Elite Wireless Controller.It seems likely Scuf will be getting some form of payment based on sales of the Elite Controller, but will also benefit from a lot of free marketing and association with the Xbox brand, which will no doubt have a positive impact on sales of all their controllers across all consoles.Depending on how popular the Elite Controller turns out to be, I’m sure Microsoft will be at least thinking about a Scuf acquisition down the line. Those patents are worth something, and may end up being useful if they find the competition is infringing. We all remember why the original PS3 Sixaxis controller didn’t have vibration built-in, don’t we?last_img read more

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